Use of record-linkage to handle non-response and improve alcohol consumption estimates in health survey data: a study protocol

@inproceedings{Gray2013UseOR,
  title={Use of record-linkage to handle non-response and improve alcohol consumption estimates in health survey data: a study protocol},
  author={Linsay Gray and Gerry McCartney and Ian R White and Srinivasa Vittal Katikireddi and Lisa Rutherford and Emma Gorman and Alastair H Leyland},
  booktitle={BMJ open},
  year={2013}
}
INTRODUCTION Reliable estimates of health-related behaviours, such as levels of alcohol consumption in the population, are required to formulate and evaluate policies. National surveys provide such data; validity depends on generalisability, but this is threatened by declining response levels. Attempts to address bias arising from non-response are typically limited to survey weights based on sociodemographic characteristics, which do not capture differential health and related behaviours within… CONTINUE READING

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